Astrology Transits

How exactly do you use astrology in your every day life?

There are many ways to use astrology whether it be making predictions about the future or are learning something about your past.

Our birth charts are a snapshot of the planets in a certain position in a specific zodiac sign taken the moment we are born.

But, the Earth is continuously moving.

Horoscopes are interpretations of how current planetary positions could be affecting you personally.

When you look at your own chart in comparison to what is going on at the moment, it is called a transit chart.

Transits are important to understand because it can help you in your everyday life. Major life events and psychological transformations are often triggered by planetary transits.

For example, I will use my personal chart as an example I have Saturn in Sagittarius and currently the south node was in conjunction of my Saturn placement.

How is this affecting my life right now?

Unfortunately for me its is health related. Saturn rules the bones and my teeth are prone to cavities. The South node transit often has to do with removing something from our lives.

When the south node is in conjunction with another planet, it essentially weakens it.

During this transit I’ve had a root canal (removal of decay), a sinus lift, and two dental implants.
Ugh 🤦🏽‍♀️ I know…

The dental implants are permanent as most Saturnine things are, and it will help me have a better quality of life.

This is a very unique transit example but not uncommon as many people in early adult years have their wisdom teeth removed usually between 18 – 20, which is exactly the cycle of the transiting lunar nodes.

See how that works?

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